ITV deserves credit for not bowing to self-appointed arbiters of online ads

October 2013
Campaign;10/25/2013, p21
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The article focuses on the plan of Adblock Plus (ABP), developer of a software that is able to block all online advertisements, including banners and pre-rolls, depending on the filters applied, to partner with online social networking and microblogging service Twitter to help engineer acceptable, non-intrusive advertising.


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